Cinnamon is a much beloved spice with a long and rich history. Mentioned in Chinese books on healing more than four thousand years ago.
Also used in Egypt and Europe. In Egypt it was part of a mix of herbs and spices that was used to fill body cavities during mummification. In Europe it was such a hit that it was one of the sparks of the age of exploration.
Cinnamon is associated with the Powers of the Sun and is the one of the most powerful herbs to Summon the Forces of Fire.
Increase the spiritual "mood", to aid in healing spells or in healing in general and also to enhance the male libido.
Use it in erotic love spells as Cinnamon is notorious for “heating up” cold romances and igniting passion.
Love spells and to make charms to draw love, happiness, and money.
In China cinnamon is yang herb associated with the flowing of Chi (Qi). It is still used in Chinese traditional medicine to Boost the Yang energies of the Body, resolve the Blood stagnation and Edema. Cinnamon is also used in Ayurveda.
The Hebrews respected Cinnamon, This is reflected to the fact that they used Cinnamon along with Cassia (the dried flowers of Cinnamon or a similar plant) and Myrrh to produce the Holy Anointing Oil: “Take the following fine spices: 500 shekels of liquid myrrh, half as much (that is, 250 shekels) of fragrant cinnamon, 250 shekels of fragrant cane…” Exodus 20:23
For the Greeks Cinnamon was sacred to Dionysus, the God of Pleasures, Parties, Fruits and Wine but also associated with Afterlife and Mysteries. Dionysus plays an important role to many mysteries in ancient Greece although He is sometimes depicted as a drunk God having much much sex with both Sexes. Dionysus is associated with Homosexuality too and generally the pleasures of Sex. Cinnamon, is a very reputed herb as an aphrodisiac.
Spirituality, success, healing, psychic powers, lust, protection, love. Burn cinnamon as an incense or use in sachets and spells for healing, money-drawing, psychic powers, and protection. Mix with frankincense, myrrh and sandalwood for a strong protection incense to be burned every day. A male aphrodisiac.
Besides its passionate aphrodisiac associations with Aphrodite, cinnamon is also commonly used in folk magic for “heating up” spells — whether they be for love, money, success, or protection. To “heat up” a spell means to make it happen more quickly or more strongly. Cinnamon is found in the ancient holy anointing oil recipe from the Bible and in ancient Egyptian incense recipes from a complex kyphi to a simple blend of cinnamon, frankincense, and myrrh.
In rootwork it is an ingredient in the popular “fiery wall of protection” blend as well as other cleansing and protective incenses, but is most commonly used to bring good fortune and prosperity to a business. Burn cinnamon at your business and/or make a tea of it and pour it on your front step to bring in customers and their money. Burn cinnamon in your home to quiet its energies or your children’s. Burn cinnamon with frankincense and myrrh to purify a person, object, or place of evil influences and attached spirits.
Herbs have been used from the beginning of time. Animals instinctively learned to use different plants for their own healing and strengthening. Man has also used herbs to treat his illnesses for thousands of years and the usage of herbs by humans has been documented in all major ancient civilizations. Many people, throughout the world, still continue to use herbs to benefit their lives. Herbalists believe that herbs put the body in tune with nature and scientific studies are being done into the folklore of herbal uses to help develop new therapeutic medicines
In ancient times, herbalism was a mixture of medicine and magic. Herbs have been used in magical rituals for centuries by women and men alike and are one of the main tools of wizards and witches. Theirs has been a tradition of honoring and keeping the ancient ways of the use of herbs.
Approximately 1 oz.